For the past several summers I've been teaching a self-paced biblical Greek course using Moodle. I set it up using the "topics" format, with one textbook chapter/lesson per topic, and post the resources and assignments for each lesson within its "topic." This course is very easy for me and students to navigate and keep track of, in part because the topic number matches the chapter number in the textbook.
I'm thinking ahead to next summer, when I plan to offer an "Intro to Biblical Languages" course, with 3 possible options for students:
(1) Both Hebrew and Greek
(2) Hebrew concentration
(3) Greek concentration
I want to still post lessons for all the Greek textbook chapters, plus all the Hebrew textbook chapters, plus some additional lessons for those doing both, that would challenge students to make comparisons between the two.
Obviously I'll lose my nice neat topic number to textbook chapter correspondence. Any thoughts on how I might use Moodle's organizational options to advantage, in making the course easy to navigate intuitively? There will be a LOT of "content" posted, and I don't want anyone getting lost or confused... the languages themselves are challenging enough!